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Beautiful flowers ...

Over at Polka Doodles Challenges the theme is "Anything Goes" but the DT have been asked to add some texture to their projects.


For my project, I have used the wonderful Lemonade Fizz stamp soup set with papers from the co-ordinating CD. I stamped out the flowers and then re-stamped them in order that I had a further layer. Before assembling the flowers, I placed them in a dotty embossing folder ... which does not show in the photos as sillily I chose to use dotty paper .... head in hands moment!


The flowers have been mounted on to colour co-ordinating mats and then added to a strip of printed card with twine added.


Little stamped hearts were added to the end of each strip and they too were embossed in the same folder. Beside each heart, is the stamped sentiment "beautiful".


A quick card which I think needs to re-created in different colour ways ... I wonder if I still have any ink left in my printer ... ?!?!?!

Lou
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Challenges:
Creative Corner - 3 layer card
Crafting with an attitude - anything goes
Crafty Girls - anything goes
Southern Girls - anything goes
Through the purple haze - anything goes
Double D - neutrals

Comments

Chris said…
Can you say sillily?? :)
Fabulous card, love those gorgeous dotty flowers and the design is beautiful!
Thanks for playing along with the Southern Girls.
Chris
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Kathy Krug said…
What a fun design. Love how you framed each flower and the twine gives such a nice texture. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Double D Challenge Blog. We hope to see more of your creations.
Kathy
DD DT
Darlene said…
So, so pretty Lou!! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Neutrals’ challenge! We hope you’ll come back often.

Darlene
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Leslie Miller said…
What an absolutely wonderful card with an interesting and unique design! I absolutely love it, and I'm especially taken with those flowers. I do have a weakness for flowers. Thanks so much for joining our Neutrals challenge at Double D!
Diane said…
Beautifully created, love those pretty flowers and the entire design!
Thank you for joining our challenge at Double D!
Diane DD DT
cotnob said…
This is gorgeous Lou, lovely colours and great design.
Pauline
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Lisbeth K said…
Such an amazing design! Love the layers and the twine! Thank you for joining Through The Purple Haze in our challenge, good luck!


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Sarah said…
Wow what a gorgeous card! I love those dotty flowers and the colour combo. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls Challenge :)
This is superb. So pretty and perfectly done. Thanks for sharing with us at Double "D" Challenges.
Amelia (DT Double "D" Challenges)

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